Active Access Group Discusses Disabilities with Castle Dale Elementary Students


By Julie Johansen

Kellie Criswell and Troy Dennis from Active Re-Entry visited with students at Castle Dale Elementary on Friday afternoon.

They spoke to the children about their own disabilities and how to treat and care for others that have disabilities. Dennis was injured in a bull-riding accident and Criswell has multiple sclerosis. The duo stressed that everyone is different in many ways, but we can also be courteous to each other. They also addressed being accepting of those that are different. Both Criswell and Dennis are part of the Active Access group of Active Re-Entry.

The pair said they enjoy visiting schools and will visit others in the area upon invitation.

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